We reported earlier that Shamoon Abbasi’s directorial venture, Durj did not get clearance from the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) just a few days ahead of its Pakistani release on October 18, even though the Punjab and Sindh censor boards cleared it.

Recently the actor and director has appealed to the CBFC to review the film with new panel of judges/analysts claiming that they will follow the instructions given by the new panel and remove any unsuitable footage.

Moreover, Shamoon Abbasi also took to social media and requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to help them get a clearance certificate and remove the ban on Durj.

 And looks like all his effort has paid off because Federal censor board in Islamabad accepted his appeal for the review with a full board panel and Durj will be reviewed again today 14.10.19 at 6pm.Based on true events, has been banned in Pakistan, however it released in the US, UK, Canada, Norway and Denmark on October 11, 2019.


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